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Tragedy in the Gulf: Search for missing boat crew members to be suspended

Beauregard Daily News 19 Apr 2021
The U.S ... Capt ... Five more bodies were found in the water. Eight remain missing ... "I'm being real," she said ... You're talking seven days." ... On the Power, there were three 49-foot legs and a pair of 185-ton cranes attached to two of them. While in transit, the legs are locked above the deck of the ship -- like three masts on the outer edges of the hull ... WWL-TV.
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Russia's unlucky aircraft carrier is getting ready for its return to action

Business Insider 19 Apr 2021
Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov. AP Russia's only aircraft carrier, Admiral Kuznetsov, has been plagued by breakdowns and mishaps ... Reuters ... In 2018, the floating drydock holding the carrier sank, sending a 70-ton crane smashing through the flight deck. The incident killed one worker, injured four more, and left a large hole on the deck ... ....
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'All kinds of issues:' Why it's hard for divers to get in the capsized boat ...

Daily Comet 17 Apr 2021
Victims ... Liftboats have three long legs that can extend to the seafloor to raise their deck above the water ... It has the ability to work at a maximum depth of 195 feet and is equipped with two 185-ton cranes. The large housing structure above the liftboat's deck will also create significant challenges for the divers, naval architect David Bourg said ... .
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Liftboats like the Seacor Power are offshore workhorses but not designed for rough weather

Houma Today 15 Apr 2021
... sank in about 20 feet of water when one its three legs punched through the seabed when the crew began to lift a load with the crane ... It had a maximum working depth of 195 feet and had capacity to carry two 185-ton cranes, which would operate from its 11,000 square-foot deck.
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Liftboats like the Seacor Power, that capsized off Louisiana, are not designed for rough weather

Houma Today 15 Apr 2021
... sank in about 20 feet of water when one its three legs punched through the seabed when the crew began to lift a load with the crane ... It had a maximum working depth of 195 feet and had capacity to carry two 185-ton cranes, which would operate from its 11,000 square-foot deck.
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Strategic Marine Launch Strat Cat CTV Design for Offshore Wind Market

The Maritime Executive 13 Apr 2021
To cater for the different operating areas around the world, owners can choose between several options on the propulsion system, deck cranes, active fender system, ride control etc. The bridge deck layout has been enhanced with improved visibility from the helm and an ergonomic layout to increase comfort for the bridge crew.
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Damen Delivers Stan Tug 1004 to Vetterlieden

The Maritime Executive 13 Apr 2021
The involved installation of a knuckle-boom crane on deck – as well as a hydraulic power pack for it – as well as two coupling winches and a generator set, all aimed at giving the vessel the versatility required to perform her multi-functional work scope ... ....
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Damen Delivers New Aquaculture Support Vessel to Organic Sea Harvest

The Maritime Executive 12 Apr 2021
It also offers additional deck space, higher freeboard and a larger crane ... These include the transportation of people, equipment, feed and other dry cargo to offshore fish-farming locations with loading and unloading taking place either by RoRo direct to the shore or by using the deck crane.
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SC Ports opens state-of-the-art Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal

The Post and Courier 12 Apr 2021
Its cranes can be seen throughout the region — the changed skyline serving as a reminder of Charleston’s success as a port city ... The modern Leatherman Terminal has five ship-to-shore cranes with 169 feet of lift height above the wharf deck and 228 feet of outreach, capable of working the biggest container ships calling the East Coast.
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Sea changes: ‘My 84-year-old mother knows architect-designed McMansions now’

The Observer 11 Apr 2021
As she has always done, my mother hangs her undies, all her washing, on the deck of her house by the beach to catch the sun and the breeze – and if her washing happens to foreground the ocean views of rich interlopers, well, “I don’t care”, she says, “I was here before them” ... From her deck she watched the cranes swing slabs on to site.
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Helicopter sculpture proposed for artificial reef

Castanet 10 Apr 2021
A sketch showing the proposed Sea King replica as it would sit underwater on the ship?s flight deck ... Since the flight deck is a flat open space, it has so far been largely ignored by marine life ... The proposal of a Sea King replica includes a plan to attach the sculpture by lowering it from a barge by crane to the existing flight deck.
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Helicopter sculpture proposed for sunken Annapolis vessel

North Shore News 09 Apr 2021
That’s where the idea of attaching an original scale sculpture of a Sea King to the flight deck comes in. Since the flight deck is a flat open space, it has so far been largely ignored by marine life ... The proposal of a Sea King replica includes a plan to attach the sculpture by lowering it from a barge by crane to the existing flight deck.
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Springhill cranes delight family for years

Belgrade News 08 Apr 2021
Springhill cranes delight ... I saw my first crane of the season March 17 near Penwell Bridge, southwest of Springhill ... “Birds arriving now, here already, are teenage cranes and not yet old enough to nest.” ... And yes, “an albino crane is pretty rare,” Hansen agreed ... One morning four years ago, I stood on my deck and watched two cranes across the road.
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Sailors with experience as riggers help jump-start the USS Stennis’ overhaul

Stars and Stripes 07 Apr 2021
Stennis riggers just moved a heavy angle bracket from one of the carrier’s lower decks to the flight deck so a crane could shift it to a barge and send to another Navy ship that needed the part.
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Next-gen ships to dwarf ‘Ever Given’

Taipei Times 03 Apr 2021
Longer quays might have to be built to accommodate the larger ships, as well as cranes that can reach across wider decks, larger loading yards for tens of thousands of containers, and faster rail and road terminals to take cargo to its next destination.

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